BIKLaw Medical Malpractice Lawyer > Breach of Contract
As we know, the various social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+), are constantly updating their terms of service. As consumers, we tend to not read those updated terms and therefore, are not aware of how the changes may affect our privacy and related rights. There are laws in place that limit the amount of information...
The last time you purchased a new electronic device, a large appliance, airline tickets, or signed a contract with a doctor or contractor for services, did you read the contract you signed? The contract probably explained what you were buying along with any warranty information. And somewhere in the middle or end, there was probably...
As many Californians are fully aware, insurance companies are good at taking money—but not so good at paying money to clients for valid claims. In fact, most, if not all, insurance companies actively look for ways to not pay valid claims. Under California law, when an insurance company wrongfully denies a valid insurance claim, the...
As business litigators in Los Angeles, we get asked many legal questions each day by our clients and potential clients. However, we’ve noticed that a few seem to be more common than others. One of those relates to the every mysterious (at least in California) non-disclosure agreement, or NDA. An NDA is contract by which the...
BIKLAW has been retained by the founder of Myspace.com in a multi-million dollar breach of contract action.
BIKLAW has been retained by the founder of Myspace.com in a multi-million dollar breach of contract action.
BIKLAW has been retained by Beverly Hills public relations agency KPR, Inc. in connection with a large breach of contract dispute.
BIKLAW has been retained by Terran Films in connection with a multi-million dollar breach of contract action against several unscrupulous film financiers.
BIKLAW has been retained by an individual to arbitrate an $800,000 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) claim based on a financial manager’s breach of fiduciary duty regarding various high value portfolio accounts.
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